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Experienced Bankruptcy Lawyer – It Matters

In Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

Having an experienced bankruptcy lawyer matters. Especially when it’s your own case. Lawyers who lack significant experience are fine. But they should work under the direct supervision of an experienced bankruptcy lawyer. Inexperienced lawyers lack the ability to solve routine issues. Let alone, the complex issues. Even if it’s just a “simple bankruptcy case”. I say “simple.” But there really aren’t simple …

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Living on Credit Cards

In Credit & Credit Counseling by Leon Bayer

Are you are living on credit cards? If so, it’s probably just a matter of time before you destroy your credit and file bankruptcy. As you know, I have been a Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyer for about 35 years. I have provided credit counseling in Los Angeles to hundreds of clients who have been living on credit cards. Many of …

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This is how you settle debts

In Bill Collectors, Debt Collectors, Debt Settlement by Leon Bayer

Settle debts with big discounts. I do, all the time. I am a Los angeles bankruptcy lawyer. I have been in practice for about 35 years. I’ll show you the same tricks of the trade that I use to settle debts. This is how you settle debts – by Jeffrey Wishman.  A practicing attorney since 1980, Mr. Wishman is a founding …

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The fastest way out of debt.

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Dear Leon, What is the fastest way out of debt? I am flat broke. I have no extra money. Would a debt settlement plan be the best thing for me? I am tired of bill collectors chasing me. I hate the thought of filing bankruptcy You of all people must know how. Please help. Sincerely, David in Sacramento, CA   The …

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Think About Bankruptcy

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Think about bankruptcy. Nobody reads a bankruptcy blog for fun. You are here to find something out. You want to know if it is reasonable for you to think about bankruptcy. Does it make you nervous to think about bankruptcy? Perhaps it arouses feelings of shame. Are you too embarrassed to seek bankruptcy advice? If your answers are “yes,” you are perfectly …

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Best Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer

In Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

Who’s the best Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer? No single lawyer is. The best Bankruptcy Lawyer is like a good pair of shoes. You need the right fit. You want to feel comfortable with your lawyer. You want confidence in your lawyer. You want a lawyer who has experience with your type of case. Specializing is a good idea. The best …

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How the wealthy use bankruptcy.

In Bankruptcy In The News by Leon Bayer

Let me give you an example of how the wealthy use bankruptcy: Let’s say a corporation has assets worth $500,000. And it has debts of $1,000,000. This means the corporation is insolvant. The corporation balance sheet is negative by half a million dollars. If that corporation was your business, would you just walk away? Wealthy people often use bankruptcy to …

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Bankruptcy Media Experts

In Bankruptcy In The News, bankruptcy media experts by Leon Bayer

Reporters, do you want quotes or sound bites from a bankruptcy expert? A pair of top bankruptcy media experts are Leon Bayer and Jeffrey Wishman of Bayer, Wishman & Leotta. They are both California State Bar Certified Bankruptcy Specialists. They have each practiced bankruptcy law in Los Angeles, California for more than 34 years. They have provided dozens of interviews …

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Debt settlements or file bankruptcy?

In Debt Settlement by Leon Bayer

A reader wants to know if he should do debt settlements or file bankruptcy. Dear Leon, Should I do debt settlements or file bankruptcy? I might even be able to borrow enough money from family to pay most of what I owe. I owe $40,000 in credit card debts, and I barely manage to pay the minimum due each month. …

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Local bankruptcy expert has self help book

In Bankruptcy In The News by Leon Bayer

Local bankruptcy expert  Leon Bayer is co-author of a new self help bankruptcy book. The New Bankruptcy: Will It Work for You? [Paperback], Stephen Elias Attorney (Author), Leon Bayer (Author) published by NOLO. It is available through Amazon.com and from the NOLO bookstore. Leon is a partner in the Los Angeles bankruptcy law firm of Bayer, Wishman & Leotta. This …

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Blog. Self Help

In Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

This is a Los Angeles Bankruptcy Blog. We have more than 200 blog articles. These articles are written to help people with debt problems. It’s not easy….writing 200+ bankruptcy articles.   But we do this because we are passionate about helping people. Jeff Wishman and Leon Bayer each have 33+ years of bankruptcy law practice. In these blog articles we …

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Slate and Leoni, a Unique Los Angeles Bankruptcy Law Firm

In Bankruptcy In The News, Law Office Management, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Fees by Leon Bayer

Slate and Leoni was a truly unique Los Angeles bankruptcy law firm. The law firm was founded by attorney Hugh Slate in the late 1950’s with his law partner, Andrew F. Leoni. Together, they made bankruptcy law history, representing individuals and small business people. I worked at the firm as an attorney from 1980 to 1989. So did Jeffrey Wishman and Peter …

Ashamed of filing bankruptcy? Get Over it. Move on.

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Don’t be ashamed of filing bankruptcy. I know that bankruptcy is a scary word to most people. It’s not  in anybody’s definition of success. Even people who need to file bankruptcy people think it is shameful. Ok. Bankruptcy isn’t a picnic. But doesn’t it  beat giving creditors your bank account, your pay check, or being forced to give up your home? …

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Got Lawyer Trouble? Don’t miss this radio show.

In Audio Interview, Bankruptcy In The News, Miscellaneous, Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Two legal specialists weigh in on lawyer trouble and explain your legal rights as a client. The specialists are Leon Bayer, a Certified Bankruptcy Specialist.* And, Michael A. Colton, a Certified Legal Malpractice Defense Specialist*. ON THE RADIO. Got Lawyer Trouble? Then listen to this exciting program. Find out your legal rights. You can hear the show live. You can …

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Should I file Bankruptcy?

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers, Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

“Should I file Bankruptcy?” Nobody wants to file bankruptcy any more than they want give themself a root canal. But tooth decay happens. And so does financial decay. If you have too much financial decay, it’s perfectly natural to ask, “Should I file Bankruptcy?” The bankruptcy self help test below may help you decide if you should file bankruptcy. Sometimes, …

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Creditors can take your dignity and your assets

In Bill Collectors by Leon Bayer

Creditors can take your self respect, and leave you holding a financial catastrophe. What creditors can take should be up to you, not to them. But it rarely works out that way. Consumers dealing with a bill collector usually feel powerless and helpless. Receiving a phone call from a bill collector is not pleasant. But, it isn’t supposed to be. …

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The Bankruptcy Mystique – Myth, Magic and Reality

In Featured by Leon Bayer

It takes a bankruptcy expert to explain what is true about personal bankruptcy and what is bankruptcy myth. The public has extraordinary misconceptions on the subject of personal bankruptcy. Even the chattering money experts on TV talk shows know next to nothing about it. Have you ever said, “I can’t pay my bills?” If you have, this article is for …

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Abogado de Bancarrota ofreciendo consultas Gratis los Sabados en San Fernando Valley

In Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

Abogado de Bancarrota ofreciendo consultas Gratis los Sabados en San Fernando Valley.   Por Leon Bayer en 22 de julio 2014 Valle Abogado de Bancarrota Usted puede tener una cita gratis de San Fernando Valley Quiebra Sábado. Llame 818-997-8394. Mi bufete de abogados es Bayer, Wishman y Leotta. Somos una pequeña firma de abogados con sólo 3 abogados. Cada miembro de la firma es un Especialista Certificado en …

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Scam Bill Collectors Are After You

In Bankruptcy In The News, Bill Collectors, Debt Collectors, Debt Settlement by Leon Bayer

I have a warning for you about scam bill collectors. Criminal gangs are posing as law enforcement officials. They are calling people and emailing phony threats to collect on fake debts that you do not owe. They pose as bill collectors. But they’re not. They’re thieves. During the past 2 weeks, I have heard from at least five former clients …

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Yelp Ratings for Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyers

In Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

June 2015 – Update on Yelp Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Ratings: As of this writing, my Yelp rating has gone from tw0 stars to four and a half stars. But that is based on just two reviews. I still have about 50 terrific yelp bankruptcy lawyer reviews that Yelp will not use in my rating. Here is the article I …

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There is an easy fix for the student loan debt crisis.

In Student Loans by Leon Bayer

There is an easy fix for the student loan debt crisis.  This important responsibility should be restored  to the bankruptcy courts for deciding whether or not to give relief to individuals who claim they can’t pay. The bankruptcy courts were in charge of the process before there ever was a student loan bubble. In a nutshell, bankruptcy used to discharge …

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I’ll show you how to handle a bill collector

In Bill Collectors by Leon Bayer

I know how to handle a bill collector. I’ve had a lot of experience with debt collectors. First, two things for you to know. I worked my way through college as a bill collector. For another, I’ve been a bankruptcy lawyer in the San Fernando Valley, CA for 34 years. Knowing how to handle a bill collector is my stock …

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Bankruptcy Lawyer in San Fernando Valley has Saturday Appointment Call 818-997-8394

In Valley Bankruptcy Lawyer by Leon Bayer

Bankruptcy Lawyer in San Fernando Valley has Saturday Appointments. Call 818-997-8394.  Available Monday thru Friday at our Los Angeles office, and Thursdays at our Long Beach Office. Don’t be ashamed. You have legal rights. Debt problems may be easily overcome.  Founded in 1989. My law firm is Bayer, Wishman & Leotta. We are a small law firm with just 3 lawyers. …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Services Since 1989

In Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Our Los Angeles Bankruptcy Services are fast, and efficient. They should be. We have been in business since 1989. We are a small bankruptcy law practice. Our law firm is Bayer, Wishman & Leotta. But we have a big reach. We teach other lawyers. We write books. But everything we do is all about bankruptcy. We are passionate about helping you …

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Encino Bankruptcy Lawyer With Saturday Appointments

In Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

Encino Bankruptcy Lawyer With Saturday Appointments. This is great news for working people. It’s convenient, and it’s helpful. Imagine solving your debt troubles. And still have the rest of the weekend. Of course, we’re available Monday through Friday. But, we’re available on Saturdays.  If an Encino Bankruptcy Lawyer With Saturday Appointments is what you need, call now. Update: Our Saturday appointments are …

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Free Bankruptcy Info. Ton of 200 + Tips From Los Angeles Lawyers

In Bill Collectors, Chapter 11, Chapter 13, Chapter 7, Choosing A Lawyer, Credit & Credit Counseling, Debt Collectors, Debt Settlement by Leon Bayer

The Los Angeles BankruptcyBlogger is a free online library. This free public bankruptcy project has more than 200 Los Angeles bankruptcy articles.  The bankruptcy library is a project by  Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyers. The bankruptcy tips and advice are shared free by these Los Angeles lawyers. The lawyers behind this project are in the Los Angeles bankruptcy law firm of Bayer, Wishman …

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Switch Bankruptcy Lawyers – When your lawyer is failing the grade

In Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

Do people ever Switch Bankruptcy Lawyers? Yes, they do. If you have a bad lawyer, what should you do? There are situations where it makes sense to stay with your bankruptcy lawyer. Of course, there are times when it would be legal suicide not to switch bankruptcy lawyers. This article will help you make sense out of a bad situation. Lawyers are …

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Bankruptcy Self Help in Los Angeles

In Foreclosure, Representing Yourself in Bankruptcy by Leon Bayer

Here’s the best bankruptcy self help in Los Angeles. There are three different books. Each is available on Amazon. Each book is power packed. These deliver the cheapest, best  bankruptcy self help in Los Angeles. Let’s start with the best foreclosure and bankruptcy self help book available.  This is NOT a “sales job” to make you file bankruptcy. This book is written …

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Bankruptcy Chapter 13 Could be Your Luckiest Number.

In Chapter 13 by Leon Bayer

Bankruptcy Chapter 13 could be your luckiest number. Here’s why. If handled correctly, Bankruptcy Chapter 13 may do miracles for you. Like these: Stop foreclosure. Save your home. Remove your 2nd mortgage. Handle debts that won’t be handled by Bankruptcy Chapter 7. Prevent the forced sale of assets. Let you live  in peace, without creditors hounding you. Let you operate a business. …

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Deciding Which Debts to List in Bankruptcy

In Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

Deciding which debts to list in Bankruptcy is not hard to do. The reason is simple.  Deciding which debts to list in Bankruptcy is a decision that is NOT left up to you. You are required to list ALL your debts. There is no picking and choosing. It is a legal requirement. I have been a Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyer …

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Trusted Bankruptcy Advice

In Chapter 11, Chapter 13, Chapter 7 by Leon Bayer

You need trusted bankruptcy advice from experienced lawyers. No matter how much expert advice we share, people still make mistakes and punish themselves before they file bankruptcy. It reminds us of the old joke about the guy who was banging his head against a wall over and over. When someone asked him why he was doing it, the guy said, …

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Debt Advice From a Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer

In Bill Collectors by Jeff Wishman

Here’s debt advice from a Los Angeles Bankruptcy lawyer. This explains how to deal with your debts the legal way. This debt advice works, and it’s free. Debt Advice: Can I stop bill collectors from calling me? Sure you can. The Federal Fair Debt Collection Practices Act ( the FDCPA) gives you a legal way to stop collection agencies from calling …

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Forcing Lenders to Send Mortgage Statements – Use Free Legal Form

In Bill Collectors, Foreclosure, Loan Modification, Miscellaneous by Leon Bayer

Forcing Lenders to Send Mortgage Statements – Life After Bankruptcy should be swell. But sometimes there are frustrations. Here is one common complaint. The mortgage company won’t  send a monthly statement. Let me explain why that is. Then, I’ll show you how to fix it. There is an automatic bankruptcy stay preventing your lender from billing you An immediate, automatic restraining order …

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Bankruptcy Advice – With a big dose of common sense.

In Featured by Leon Bayer

Bankruptcy Advice at Bayer, Wishman & Leotta comes with common sense. Let me explain. I just spent almost an hour with a new client who asked for bankruptcy advice. She lives in Los Angeles, where living costs are very high. She has not paid on her credit cards since December. Bill collectors are hounding her unmercifully. She is unable to …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Helper Hits 200!

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Helper just hit 200! This Los Angeles Bankruptcy Helper just hit 200. Not 200 years old. But 200 great Los Angeles bankruptcy helper articles. It is a happy day! We began our blog in May 2010.  We didn’t know then how fast it would grow. Our Los Angeles Bankruptcy Helper Blog has attracted significant attention. References to our blog appear regularly on many …

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Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar

In Bankruptcy In The News, Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Los Angeles Community Bankruptcy Seminar –  sponsored by the Vermont Slauson Economic Development Corporation. (The program is private for invitees only. But any person in need of bankruptcy advice in Los Angeles is invited to call Mr. Wishman directly for bankruptcy help at 213-629-8801.) Since 1981, VSEDC has stimulated economic development in South Los Angeles through commercial projects, affordable housing initiatives and business …

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How does bankruptcy work when you are married?

In Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

How does bankruptcy work when you are married? Here is a quick 3 point summary of how does bankruptcy work when you are married? Will both spouses have to file bankruptcy? No. But it often makes sense to do so if they share enough joint credit. What if a divorce is pending when you file bankruptcy? The bankruptcy can still be filed. …

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How to reopen bankruptcy and file a debtor education certificate

In Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

Do you need a motion to reopen bankruptcy and file a debtor education certificate? If you didn’t receive your bankruptcy discharge, that might be why. Filing your debtor education certificate is a stumbling block often overlooked. But the good news is that it can be fixed.  How to reopen bankruptcy and file a debtor education certificate. Here’s how to make a …

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Cease and Desist Letters Don’t Solve Debt Problems

In Bill Collectors by Leon Bayer

As a Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer, I am no fan of the famous cease and desist letters. I ask my own clients not to use them. Here’s why. People say debt collectors are “threatening me.”  What they really mean is that debt collectors are asking you for money that you can’t pay. ( I know there are situations where collectors …

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Financial Stress is Usually Relieved by Bankruptcy

In Credit & Credit Counseling by Leon Bayer

Financial stress could mean you need bankruptcy advice. Here’s why. Financial stress is often due to factors that we ourselves cannot control. You go to work. You do your job. You get your pay check. But your pay check is buying a lot less than it did last year. If you buy gas and groceries, you already knew that. Fact …

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Underwater Mortgage. Stay or walk away from your home?

In Foreclosure by Leon Bayer

Having an underwater mortgage is heartbreaking.  To most people, their home is the most important investment of their lifetime They don’t know if they are foolishly thowing their money away paying an underwater mortgage. If you can afford your home, should you walk away? What if you are facing foreclosure, but you want to stay? How to decide if you …

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Bitcoin Investors – The Mt. Gox Bankruptcy

In Bankruptcy In The News by Leon Bayer

Bitcoin Investors Take Note. The Mt. Gox Bitcoin Bankruptcy Might Have a Message About Get Rich Schemes. Bitcoin Investors – Of course, you already know that the Mt. Gox Bitcoin Exchange has filed bankruptcy. There is half a billion dollars missing. Gee, what a surprise. Are you a Bitcoin investor? If you are, you may have a short memory. In …

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ARCHIVAR La BANCARROTA Y DAR EL LUJO DE LOS ANGELES ABOGADO

In En Espanol, Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

Archivar la bancarrota? Cuando esté preparado para declararse en quiebra, Honorarios del Abogado es el problema # 1 que los clientes tienen. Ojalá tuviera un dólar por cada vez que alguien le pregunta: “¿Cómo le pago?” Es lamentable. Algunas personas que necesitan la quiebra no podrán pagar a un abogado. Sin un abogado con experiencia , está ejecutando algunos grandes riesgos. Algunos de los problemas que vemos …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Advice on Car Repossession

In Chapter 13, Foreclosure by Leon Bayer

As a Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer,  I would rarely say that Car Repossession can be a good thing. But consider the following situation. Car repossession could turn out to be a good thing. I have been a Los Angeles bankruptcy lawyer for 34 years. I’ll tell you a story about a certain repossession. Then, you decide if you agree with me. …

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Foreclosure Book Goes Best Seller. Self Help Foreclosure Book.

In Bankruptcy In The News by Leon Bayer

This foreclosure book has made No. 10 on Amazon’s bankruptcy and foreclosure book best seller list. People really can survive foreclosure. This book shows you how. The Foreclosure Survival Guide, by Stephen Elias Attorney, Amy Loftsgordon , and Leon Bayer. Why this foreclosure book is so darn popular. This foreclosure book is easy to read. The advice is simple to grasp. Written with an …

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Deciding on Bankruptcy. What to Consider if Deciding on Bankruptcy

In Credit & Credit Counseling, Marriage, Divorce & Bankruptcy by Leon Bayer

Are you having trouble deciding on bankruptcy? Putting things into focus will be a big help.  You have to acknowledge a problem before you can fix it. This may help you see what haven’t  been willing to admit. What you need to know. Filing bankruptcy is not a punishment. Most people who need bankruptcy will gain immediate debt relief. The discharge …

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Explore Bankruptcy. Safely Explore Bankruptcy as a Debt Solution.

In Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

Why don’t you  safely explore bankruptcy as a debt solution? If what you are already doing works, then keep doing it. But if you need a better way, talk to us. We have handled around 15,000 bankruptcy cases. Maybe you should talk to us. Hear what we have to say? Safely Explore Bankruptcy as Your Debt Solution. Free Consultation. Call …

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Bankruptcy and Keeping a Good Credit Score is Possible

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers, Credit & Credit Counseling by Jeff Wishman

Bankruptcy and Keeping a Good Credit Score is Possible. Filing bankruptcy and keeping a good credit score is possible. But yes. There’s a trick. You need a great credit score until you file bankruptcy. According to Fico, filing bankruptcy will knock your score down by around 240 points.  Fico scores a persons credit on a scale from 300 to 850. Learn more. …

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What kind of bankruptcy should I file?

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers, Uncategorized by Leon Bayer

What kind of bankruptcy should I file for credit card debts? What kind of bankruptcy should I file? Well, it all depends. Most folks file bankruptcy to eliminate credit card debts. If so, Chapter 7 bankruptcy will probably be best. Chapter 7 may eliminate common debts. Like credit cards, unsecured loans, and medical bills. The court must be convinced that your …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Court – Do You Own a Car?

In Los Angeles Bankruptcy Court Info by Leon Bayer

Yesterday was a busy day in Los Angeles Bankruptcy Court.  The Los Angeles Bankruptcy Court is not a place where funny stuff normally happens. But occasionally, the old Los Angeles Bankruptcy Court comes through. The following dialog is reported to us by attorney Tyson M. Takeuchi. Tyson is a Certified Bankruptcy Specialist by the State Bar of California, and a good friend of …

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Fighting debt problems? Fight to Win.

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers, Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

You are fighting debt problems with only one hand if you don’t have expert help. There are trustworthy experts at fighting debt problems. You can get free advice. You can get legal representation at reasonable prices. How to search for a local bankruptcy lawyer. It’s simple as one, two, three. Look for lawyers who provide a free consultation, and are certified …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Needed? Should I file BK?

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Needed? Should I file BK In a message dated 12/20/2013 10:40:51 A.M. Pacific Standard Time, Emma writes: Hi Leon, I’m considering filing for bankruptcy and would love a consultation. I have about $80,000 in credit card debt that I haven’t paid on since 2010. I rarely get calls from bill collectors anymore and planned on settling the …

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Your Simple Bankruptcy Case: The Banking Lobby’s Greatest All Time Victory

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Your simple bankruptcy case is not so simple. Your simple bankruptcy case is not as simple as you thought. I am saying this honestly. There ain’t no simple bankruptcy case. I’ll prove my point. Why there is no “simple bankruptcy case.” Bankruptcy legislation originates in Congress. Have you ever spoken to your congress person? I bet you never have.  But …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy – How Will it Make Me Feel?

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

I have been a lawyer representing people in Los Angeles bankruptcy cases for 34 years. Prospective clients always ask what filing bankruptcy will feel like. The first thing to know is that generalizations don’t apply. Bankruptcy is a personal journey. However you got there, bankruptcy is an acknowledgement that you have made financial promises that you are now unable to …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Gets You Ready

In Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

Are you meeting soon with a Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer? This article will help you know what to expect. Be prepared. That will get you maximum benefit from your meeting with a Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer. What should you expect when you meet with the lawyer? Will it be scary or uncomfortable? An experienced bankruptcy specialist knows how to put you …

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Free Bankruptcy Help and Advice

In Choosing A Lawyer by Leon Bayer

Free L. A. Bankruptcy Help and Advice? Yeah. No kidding. Come see us, we will get you on the right track. Whether or not you retain us for your case. We do it for two reasons. Obviously, one reason is to advertise. We want you to consider us for the job. But we know that does not mean we will …

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Judgment Liens and a Stuck Escrow: Would You Strip to Close a Sale?

In Real Estate Agent Information by Leon Bayer

Judgment Liens delaying your closing? Did you ever hear of “lien stripping?” Real estate closings often get hung up when old judgment liens are discovered. Lawyers call the process of removing such liens, “lien stripping.” Many sellers have filed personal bankruptcy. People filing bankrupty often have judgment liens. Judgment liens are not automatically removed in bankruptcy.  Reopening old bankruptcy cases to strip …

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Personal Bankruptcy Countdown. One, Two, Three, and Go!

In Choosing A Lawyer by Jeff Wishman

  Personal bankruptcy is not the most pleasant thing to think about before Christmas. Or is it? A debt free New Year makes a wonderful gift for yourself.  Foresake the malls and the gift catalogues. Get your finances under control. Your personal serenety is worth more than a pile of gifts under a tree. How many sleepless nights have you had …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy – Advice: When your case is a disaster

In Choosing A Lawyer by Jeff Wishman

We have been Los Angeles Bankruptcy lawyers since 1980. That adds up to a lot of highly specialized experience. We often get calls from folks who already filed a Los Angeles Bankruptcy case.  You may be reading this because your own bankruptcy case has turned into a disaster. If so, you are not alone. A lot of people are in the …

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LOS INMIGRANTES INDOCUMENTADOS PUEDE ARCHIVAR LA BANCARROTA

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Los inmigrantes indocumentados puede archivar la bancarrota. ¿Esto le sorprende? No debería. Áreas como Los Angeles tienen grandes poblaciones de individuos indocumentados. Muchas personas indocumentadas a obtener y usar el crédito. No hay ninguna disposición de la ley de quiebras que la limita a los ciudadanos y residentes legales.Eso significa que los inmigrantes indocumentados puede archivar la bancarrota. Sin embargo, hay consideraciones especiales para las personas …

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Undocumented Immigrants Can File Bankruptcy

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Undocumented Immigrants Can File Bankruptcy. Does that surprise you? It shouldn’t. Areas like Los Angeles have large populations of undocumented individuals. Many undocumented persons obtain and use credit. There is nothing contained in the bankruptcy law that limits it to citizens and to legal residents. That means Undocumented Immigrants Can File Bankruptcy. However, there are special considerations for undocumented persons to …

Bankruptcy Filing For Beginners

In Chapter 13, Chapter 7 by Leon Bayer

Are you experiencing great difficulty paying off debts? Is the quality of your life hindered by looming threats of possible property garnishment, foreclosure or repossession? If so, you may want to consider bankruptcy as a way to handle these very serious matters in one efficient process.   Are you experiencing great difficulty paying off debts? Is the quality of your …

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File Bankruptcy and Afford Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Fees

In Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Fees, Representing Yourself in Bankruptcy by Leon Bayer

File Bankruptcy? When getting ready to file bankruptcy, Lawyer Fees is the #1 problem that clients have.  I wish I had a dollar for every time someone asks, “How do I pay you?” It is unfortunate. Some people who need bankruptcy will not be able to pay a lawyer. Without an experienced lawyer, you are running some big risks. Some of …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyers – Get Smart

In Bankruptcy Questions and Answers, Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyer Fees, Representing Yourself in Bankruptcy by Leon Bayer

As Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyers, we have some hard won advice for you. Get smart about money. Getting smart means be a good saver. And stop wasting money. The biggest waste of money that we ever see as Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyers. I’ll tell you the biggest waste of money that we ever see as Los Angeles Bankruptcy Lawyers. It’s …

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Los Angeles Bankruptcy Attorney – releasing insurance claims

In Questions and Answers by Leon Bayer

Los Angeles Bankruptcy Attorney discusses releasing insurance claims in bankruptcy cases.   Leon, you have huge experience as a Los Angeles Bankruptcy attorney. I’m a lawyer. I need to get a bankruptcy release to pursue an insurance claim. I don’t know if my question is appropriate for this blog. But here goes. I’m asking for your advice in a matter …